of surface El-Bietar et al, (7) denudation
epithelium in at least 1 2015;Inamoto et al, (15) tissue fragment.
Saiko-ka-ryukotsu-borei-To inhibits intimal thickening in carotid artery after balloon endothelial denudation
in cholesterol-fed rats.
These organisms become virulent when the conditions become conducive for growth and multiplication leading to denudation
and inflammation of endometrium resulting into endometritis/ metritis.
One of the consequences of the indissoluble theological bond that combines nudity and clothing is that nudity is not a "state," but an "event," which belongs to time and history, not to being and form: "we can therefore only experience nudity as a denudation
and a baring, never as a form and a stable possession.
The histological study showed the presence of focal ducts lined with cuboidal epithelium without atypia, located in areas of urothelial denudation
The most common intra oral site for mucor lesions is gingiva, lip and alveolar ridge which are characteristically large and deep ulcers, causing denudation
of the underlying bone with differential diagnosis of tertiary syphilis, leprosy, mechanical trauma, intranasal cocaine abuse, malignancies, especially lymphomas and Wegener's granulumatosis.
we witness] a certain state of denudation
inherent in the poetic event, understood as the place of dispossession, or, symbolically, of forgetting [olvido].
This problem of conservatism - and the lack of the ability to think creatively - is likely to be related to the denudation
of resources, especially that of activists.
In a rabbit endothelial denudation
model, qPCR analysis of endothelial marker expression indicated that the Genous Stent significantly promotes re-endothelialization at seven days compared to BMS.
Source category Emission Yield RC 2001 Non-agriculture soils denudation
Mayranpand described the evidence of endothelial damage of human radial graft in terms of endothelial denudation
At one time the sides of raised beds created for this purpose were constructed from blocks of peat, these now largely replaced by stone because of the denudation
of peat resources.